Part Three in the ongoing saga of IR theory.
Yes, these do get progressively longer. Hopefully that’s not a trend that will continue into Part Four next week!
Discussant comments from an SGIR panel entitled “Constructivism and Historical Sociology,” 14 September 2007, in Turin, Italy.
The coughing in the first part of the recording is not mine.
Here is my presentation from the SGIR panel entitled “Family Resemblances: European Social Theory and American Pragmatism,” 14 September 2007, in Turin, Italy.
I assembled this panel, and I think it turned out rather well.
Here are my discussant comments from the SGIR conference panel entitled “Pragmatism and the Discipline,” 13 September 2007, in Turin, Italy.
Here is the first of four podcasts for the 2007 edition of World Politics with PTJ. This one deals with “realism” as it relates to international relations.
You might want to click on “About RSS feeds” to the left and learn how to subscribe to the feed for this course; that way anything I upload will automagically end up on your hard drive, plugged into iTunes for your viewing and listening pleasure. (The file is an “enhanced podcast” (.m4b) file, so you’l need either iTunes or the QuickTime player in order to play it properly. Fortunately, both are free downloads.)
Here is a pdf file of the slides I used for the General Education new faculty orientation.
Here’s part two of the General Education new faculty orientation (21 August 2007).
Here’s the first of two podcasts from the General Education new faculty orientation, held 21 August 2007.